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How to Connect a Phone Using Bluetooth With a Laptop
By using Bluetooth technology, you can send files from your phone to your PC without the use of wires, SD cards or memory sticks. Many newer laptops have Bluetooth connectivity, but some models do not. You can make these laptops Bluetooth-enabled with the use of an external Bluetooth device called a Bluetooth dongle. This is a USB stick used to enable Bluetooth on your laptop, as long as it's plugged in.
Pairing the Devices
Switch your laptop and cell phone on.
Go to your phone's main menu and enable Bluetooth. Depending on the model of your cell phone, your Bluetooth options may be listed under connections, settings, tools or extras.
Insert the Bluetooth Dongle into the USB port on your laptop. A dialogue bubble will pop up once your computer recognizes the device. Do not close this dialogue bubble until the device has been fully installed. Once it has, you will see the words "Installation Complete."
Go to the Start menu, then select "Control Panel." From here, open up "Network in Internet."
Choose "Set up a Bluetooth-enabled device," then click "Add." After this, select "My device is set up and ready to be found."
Find the name of your phone and click "Next." At this time, you will be asked to give a passkey. The passkey will have been supplied by the manufacturer of your Bluetooth dongle. Enter this same passkey on your cell phone. (You can use the Default code which 0000)
Right-click the file on your computer that you want to send to your phone.
Select "Send To" and then select "Bluetooth Device." A box will pop up asking you to select the name of the device from the list provided. From here, you will select the name of your cell phone.
Click "Next" or "Continue." The file will begin to transfer.
To turn Bluetooth on:
1. Select Menu > Settings > Bluetooth> Enable.
2. Press the navigation key up or down to select On and
press to enable Bluetooth.
To turn Bluetooth off:
1. Select Menu > Settings > Bluetooth> Enable.
2. Press the navigation key up or down to select Off and
press to disable Bluetooth.
PW try these:
Your headset is compatible with any device that is bluetooth enabled. The easiest way to check is your phone manual or the device menu or settings screen of your phone. So if you know the phone supports bluetooth, it is just a matter of enabling it. Hope this helps. Have a great day.
Your Garmin has Bluetooth handsfree activated, it's nothing to do with navigation. All that's happening is that it's sensing that your n97 has Bluetooth turned on and so your Garmin is asking whether you wish to pair the devices.
Paired or not, your Garmin still uses it's own internal GPS navigation and does not utilise the navigation built into your n97.
If you already use your own preferred handsfree device then just go into the Garmin's menu to turn off Bluetooth. If you don't already have handsfree then I strongly suggest that you pair your phone to the Garmin and use the facility to remain safe and legal.
If you wish to disable Bluetooth on the Garmin then on most models, starting from the homepage, you press "tools", "settings", "Bluetooth" and then click on "Bluutooth enabled" and toggle it to "disabled".
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Bluetooth technology troubleshooting: Common Problems . I cannot type a passkey on a Bluetooth enabled device . If you cannot type a passkey on a Bluetooth® enabled device, the passkey might already be defined. . On your BlackBerry® device, in the Enter passkey for <device name> field, try typing 0000. . My list of paired Bluetooth enabled devices does not appear . Try performing the following actions: . • Verify that Bluetooth® technology is turned on. . • Verify that you have added Bluetooth enabled devices to the paired Bluetooth enabled devices list. . I cannot pair with a Bluetooth enabled device . Try performing the following actions: . • Verify that your BlackBerry® device is compatible with the Bluetooth® enabled device. For more information, see the documentation that came with the Bluetooth enabled device. . • Allow the Bluetooth enabled device to discover your BlackBerry device. In the Bluetooth setup application, click Allow another device to find me. . • Turn off encryption for Bluetooth connections between your BlackBerry device and the Bluetooth enabled device. In the device options, click Bluetooth. Click a Bluetooth enabled device. Click Device Properties. Change the Encryption field to Disabled. Press the Menu key. Click Save. . I cannot share contacts with a paired Bluetooth enabled device
Try performing the following actions:
• Verify that Bluetooth® technology is turned on.
• Verify that your BlackBerry® device is paired with the Bluetooth enabled device.
• Verify that, in the Bluetooth options, the Address Book Transfer field is not set to Disabled.
• Verify that your BlackBerry device is connected to a Bluetooth enabled device that supports the Handsfree profile or the Object Push profile. For more information about supported profiles, see the documentation that came with the Bluetooth enabled device.
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Your nav/bluetooth system will for the car will issue a 4 digit code in the screen of the car, this is a code which you input into the phones keypad.
.On an LS this is generally found by going into the info screen , then phone , then settings then add phone at this point the code for the car should appear often 1111 , 1212 , etc. Your phone will have a Bluetooth enabling feature, under its tools or settings menu. You will be need to authorize the phone to search or enable new devices.Search" Hands FREE" should appear as an optional device and a pairing mode icon will be visible. The phone will search, indicate an item found and then prompt you for the 4 digit pass code on the cars menu screen. This code when input into the phone will clear the transfer of a connection between the car and phone.
This will vary depending on the model of your phone. First off, you need to ensure that you are using a bluetooth
On your bluetooth headset, hold down the power button down until the power light stays lit. This
may take 5 seconds or more. Now your bluetooth is in pairing mode.
You will need to enter the settings and tools menu. From
within that menu, you need to find either "connections" or "bluetooth"
and select. Make sure bluetooth is enabled. There will be an option to
add a new device.
the phone, you want to hit "add new device". On certain models of
phone you additionally have to select "search for devices". Your phone
will recognize any headsets in pairing mode. When it is finished
scanning, allow the phone to add your headset. It will ask you for the
device pin code. This pin code will be 0000.
Note - I am taking into consideration that your headset is fine.
when you search for devices in the bluetooth menu it will find the other device that has bluetooth enabled and under options it should say pair and it will ask for a code and you can just use 1234 and it will work. ALSO make sure both devices have viability enabled in the bluetooth menu
Hi. You didn't say which Blackberry you have. I'll assume you know who to open "Options" (if not, please let me know what model you are using and I'll give you more specific instructions.
To connect your headset, start on your Blackberry.
Open menu within Bluetooth
If not already on, click "Enable Bluetooth"
Open Bluetooth menu again.
Turn "Discoverable" to "Yes"
Now to your headset.
Start with your headset turned off.
Press and hold down the silver call control button.
After 6-10 seconds, the light will flash blue, then it will flash red, then blue.
Release the buton when you see the red/blue.
Back to your Blackberry.
Again open "Options"
Open the Bluetooth menu.
Click on "Add Device".
Your Blackberry will search for your headset.
If you are prompted for a Passkey, use 0000 (that's 4 zeros).
After a short time, your headset will appear on your Blackberry.
It is now ready to use.
Make sure you go back into Bluetooth Options and change "Discoverable" back to "No".
A tip: If you will not be using your headset for a while, "Disable" Bluetooth to save battery life.